Candace Flatley is an associate and real estate lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Candace represents developers, service and industrial clients in a wide variety of complex real estate transactions, including purchase and sales, development, construction, financing, and leasing. She is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Practice.
Candace’s experience includes managing real estate due diligence, reviewing and advising on title and survey matters, drafting purchase and sale agreements, easement agreements, leases, and closing the acquisitions and sales of real property. Candace also has experience drafting and advising clients on construction and architect’s contracts for a diverse group of property owners and developers. Her experience further includes real estate aspects of wind, solar, and other energy projects, including working on site control documents, and on title, survey and other development and permitting matters.
Representative development, acquisition and sale transactions:
Representative construction transactions, acting as real estate and owner’s counsel:
Represented a county housing redevelopment authority in a construction agreement for a $2.8 million rehabilitation project for a 54-unit USDA-Rural Development portfolio
Representative energy transactions, acting as developer’s and tax credit investor’s counsel:
Represented a major U.S. financial institution on real estate diligence and related work in its tax equity investments in approximately 230 MW, $550 million of solar energy projects
Candace earned her law degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D., magna cum laude, 2015), where she was a member editor and an alumni outreach editor of the Notre Dame Law Review. A native of Eau Claire, WI, she received her undergraduate degree in business administration, with a focus in finance, investment, and banking, from the University of Wisconsin—Madison (B.B.A., 2012).
Candace currently serves on the board of directors of Danceworks, Inc., a non-profit organization, and is a member of Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women (WCREW). She is also actively involved with Juneau Park Friends.
Candace is the author of “Widening the Lane: An Argument for Broader Interpretation of Permissible Uses Under the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act,” Notre Dame Law Review 847, Vol. 90 (2014).
Candace is admitted to practice in Wisconsin and Minnesota.